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Teachers Name:

Grade:

Lesson 1

Lesson Title:

Date:

What is Gravity?

29 FEB 16

60 Minutes

SPS8c. Relate Falling objects to gravitational force

SPS8d. Explain the difference in mass and weight.

__x__ Whole Group _____ Small Group _____ One-on-One _____ Students with IEPs

_____ Students with 504 Plans

_____ ELL Students ____ Other (Please specify:

_____________________)

Individual Education Plan Goal(s) and Benchmarks Specific to this Lesson:

W=ma

Acceleration due to gravity on Earth 10m/s2

Essential Questions

Enduring Understandings

any two objects in the universe that have mass.

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Mass is the amount of matter in an object, and

weight is mass times the effect of gravity.

Central Focus

Learning Objectives

methodology to solve an assigned

problem.

and mass.

Students will be know gravity is an attractive force

Students will know the effect of air resistance on

the acceleration of an object based on gravity.

Academic Language

an object

Mass: The amount of matter, and is based on the

number and kind of atoms

Friction: The energy transfers that occurs when to

objects come in contact with each other.

Air Resistance: Also known as Drag, friction that

occurs when an object travels through air.

Momentum = mass x velocity

Gravity: The attractive pull between all objects

that have mass.

Terminal Velocity: The maximum speed a falling

object can achieve in an environment with air

resistance.

Projectile: Anything shot or thrown through the air.

Vacuum: An environment free of all matter.

F = ma = Newtons 2nd Law, it is pointed out to the

students in this unit that when they use W = ma to

calculate weight that W = F.

V = V0 + at = As all the examples used at this

level have a starting velocity of 0, the students

are allowed to use the simplified version of v = at

F = G (m1m2/d2) =This equation is not required for

calculations by students but it helps to illustrate

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that two factors of gravity are mass and distance

and that distance exponentially weakens

gravitational force.

Pre-Assessment

Document Camera

T- Launcher

Vocabulary and Concept PowerPoint

Electronic Scale

Introduction to Lesson

hammer on the moon.

Body of Lesson

T Launcher Demonstration

Paper Drop Demonstration

Weight Scale Demonstration

Gravity PowerPoint

Closure/Summarizing Strategies

Teachers Name:

Grade:

Lesson 2

Lesson Title:

Date:

01 MAR 16

60 Minutes

SPS8c. Relate Falling objects to gravitational force

SPS8d. Explain the difference in mass and weight.

__x__ Whole Group _____ Small Group _____ One-on-One _____ Students with IEPs

_____ Students with 504 Plans

_____ ELL Students ____ Other (Please specify:

_____________________)

Individual Education Plan Goal(s) and Benchmarks Specific to this Lesson:

W=ma

Acceleration due to gravity on Earth 10m/s2

Essential Questions

Enduring Understandings

any two objects in the universe that have mass.

weight is mass times the effect of gravity.

Central Focus

Learning Objectives

methodology to solve an assigned

problem.

and mass.

5

Students will be know gravity is an attractive force

Students will know the effect of air resistance on

the acceleration of an object based on gravity.

Students will be able to calculate weight based on

different accelerations based on gravity.

Academic Language

an object

Mass: The amount of matter, and is based on the

number and kind of atoms

Friction: The energy transfers that occurs when to

objects come in contact with each other.

Air Resistance: Also known as Drag, friction that

occurs when an object travels through air.

Momentum = mass x velocity

Gravity: The attractive pull between all objects

that have mass.

Terminal Velocity: The maximum speed a falling

object can achieve in an environment with air

resistance.

Projectile: Anything shot or thrown through the air.

Vacuum: An environment free of all matter.

F = ma = Newtons 2nd Law, it is pointed out to the

students in this unit that when they use W = ma to

calculate weight that W = F.

V = V0 + at = As all the examples used at this

level have a starting velocity of 0, the students

are allowed to use the simplified version of v = at

F = G (m1m2/d2) =This equation is not required for

calculations by students but it helps to illustrate

that two factors of gravity are mass and distance

and that distance exponentially weakens

gravitational force.

Document Camera

Electronic Scale

Introduction to Lesson

ESD Q&A

Body of Lesson

Closure/Summarizing Strategies

Teachers Name:

Grade:

Lesson 3

Lesson Title:

Date:

Gravity Quiz

02 MAR 16

60 Minutes

SPS8c. Relate Falling objects to gravitational force

SPS8d. Explain the difference in mass and weight.

__x__ Whole Group _____ Small Group _____ One-on-One _____ Students with IEPs

_____ Students with 504 Plans

_____ ELL Students ____ Other (Please specify:

_____________________)

Individual Education Plan Goal(s) and Benchmarks Specific to this Lesson:

W=ma

Acceleration due to gravity on Earth 10m/s2

Essential Questions

Enduring Understandings

any two objects in the universe that have mass.

weight is mass times the effect of gravity.

Central Focus

Learning Objectives

methodology to solve an assigned

problem.

retention of subject content.

Academic Language

an object

guidelines for formatting a lab report.

number and kind of atoms

Friction: The energy transfers that occurs when to

objects come in contact with each other.

Air Resistance: Also known as Drag, friction that

occurs when an object travels through air.

Momentum = mass x velocity

Gravity: The attractive pull between all objects

that have mass.

Terminal Velocity: The maximum speed a falling

8

object can achieve in an environment with air

resistance.

Projectile: Anything shot or thrown through the air.

Vacuum: An environment free of all matter.

F = ma = Newtons 2nd Law, it is pointed out to the

students in this unit that when they use W = ma to

calculate weight that W = F.

V = V0 + at = As all the examples used at this

level have a starting velocity of 0, the students

are allowed to use the simplified version of v = at

F = G (m1m2/d2) =This equation is not required for

calculations by students but it helps to illustrate

that two factors of gravity are mass and distance

and that distance exponentially weakens

gravitational force.

Gravity Quiz

Lab Report Handout

Document Camera

Introduction to Lesson

Gravity Q&A

Body of Lesson

Gravity Quiz

Closure/Summarizing Strategies

Teachers Name:

Grade:

Lesson 4

Lesson Title:

Date:

03 MAR 16

60 Minutes

SPS8c. Relate Falling objects to gravitational force

SPS8d. Explain the difference in mass and weight.

_____ Students with 504 Plans

_____ ELL Students ____ Other (Please specify:

_____________________)

Individual Education Plan Goal(s) and Benchmarks Specific to this Lesson:

W=ma

Acceleration due to gravity on Earth 10m/s2

Essential Questions

Enduring Understandings

any two objects in the universe that have mass.

weight is mass times the effect of gravity.

Central Focus

Learning Objectives

methodology to solve an assigned

problem.

Students will record data from their ESDs and

10

Controls.

Students will be able to make connections with

subject content and success or failure of their

ESDs.

Academic Language

an object

Mass: The amount of matter, and is based on the

number and kind of atoms

Friction: The energy transfers that occurs when to

objects come in contact with each other.

Air Resistance: Also known as Drag, friction that

occurs when an object travels through air.

Momentum = mass x velocity

Gravity: The attractive pull between all objects

that have mass.

Terminal Velocity: The maximum speed a falling

object can achieve in an environment with air

resistance.

Projectile: Anything shot or thrown through the air.

Vacuum: An environment free of all matter.

F = ma = Newtons 2nd Law, it is pointed out to the

students in this unit that when they use W = ma to

calculate weight that W = F.

V = V0 + at = As all the examples used at this

level have a starting velocity of 0, the students

are allowed to use the simplified version of v = at

F = G (m1m2/d2) =This equation is not required for

calculations by students but it helps to illustrate

that two factors of gravity are mass and distance

and that distance exponentially weakens

gravitational force.

11

Ladder

ESD Transport Container

Eggs

Force Sensor

Whiteboard

Camera

Introduction to Lesson

provided eggs into their ESDs.

Take before pictures with students and their

ESDs

Body of Lesson

Impulse and Weight measuring

Closure/Summarizing Strategies

After pictures with students and their ESDs

Control data writing on board for each student to

record.

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